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Iran has submitted two draft proposals to European powers negotiating the revival of the 2015 nuclear agreement.

The seventh round of talks in Vienna is aimed at bringing Iran and the U.S. back into the deal and is expected to resume next week.

But competing visions of the countries involved make success a long shot.

The talks are meant to limit Iran’s nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief.

Can a new deal hold this time?

Presenter: Kim Vinnell


Mohammed Marandi, adviser to the Iranian Delegation.

Hillary Mann Leverett, author and former White House national security official and diplomat. Hillary is a neogiator with Iran and co-authored ‘Going to Tehran: Why America must Accept the Islamic Republic of Iran’.

Hamidreza Azizi, a specialist on Iran foreign policy and a visiting fellow at German Institute for International and security affairs.

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